The Morning Hustle

Since it's Trump's last days in office, people are suspecting that he will be pardoning some familiar faces soon.

It seems the President is going out with a proverbial bang during his final days in office. Rumors say he will be giving several of his favorites a get out of jail free card. As spotted on Bloomberg, Donald Trump allegedly has his sights of making the most of his remaining chief executive powers. The […]

Wayne posed for a photo with Trump ahead of the November election while Kodak has placed numerous petitions to Trump in order to secure an early release.

On Sunday (Dec 20), the Trump supporting rapper took to social media to shares his thoughts on once again being snubbed by the Grammys, as both a nominee and an artist in attendance, calling out the recording academy for the repeated oversight regarding his more recent body of work—before adding that he already has five that he uses to push him in the studio.

There are more layers to Lil Wayne’s recent business moves than we all thought. It has been seemingly confirmed that he sold the rights to his Young Money imprint. Last week, it was reported the Trump supporter had sold his master recordings for a whopping $100 million dollars. There were several layers to unpack with […]

The Morning Hustle

Headkrack has the details on the last 'Verzuz' battle of 2020, Lil Wayne pleading guilty, and Offset's response to Snoop Dogg's criticism of Cardi B's "WAP".

Lil Wayne pled guilty in a Miami courtroom on Friday (December 11) to a single charge of possession of a firearm by a convicted felon.

You can always count on Killer Mike to share his honest and sometimes brutal political opinions.

Arts & Entertainment

DJ Khaled has never seen a high-profile project he isn't willing to co-sign. The Miami DJ, producer and all-around hype man took to Instagram to reveal he will be hosting renowned Trump supporter Lil Wayne's forthcoming new No Ceilings 3 mixtape.

On Monday (Nov 2), while appearing at a campaign event for Joe Biden and Kamala Harris in Pennsylvania, John Legend let all the Trump-supporting rappers know exactly how he felt about their endorsement. After performing “Glory” with Common at the event, the soul singer delivered a powerful speech denouncing Donald Trump’s “Platinum Plan” for Black Americans and its celebrity backers, including Ice Cube, 50 Cent, Lil Wayne, and Lil Pump.